The main goal of this project is to increase the influence of civil society organizations in the process of reforms in the judicial sector as a prerequisite for the protection of human rights and the provision of social justice.
The goal of the project is to monitor the implementation of the National Strategy for Prevention of Corruption and Conflict of Interest (Anticorruption Strategy), through the realization of the Government measures and initiatives envisaged in the plan "Action 21" .
Проектот „Roma Placement Program“ беше реализиран во соработка со Централниот Европски Универзитет (CEU) од Будимпешта, а со финасиска поддршка на National Endowment for Democracy. Проектот имаше за цел да ангажирање на дипломирани Роми во Невладини неромски организаци, за период од една година...
The overall aim of the project is recognition and action against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity by national and local authorities, legal professionals and citizens as well as increasing of the positive public perception of the LGBTI people by emphasizing the tolerance and acceptance.
Contribution towards advancing gender equality and challenging gender stereotypes and prejudices in the educational system.
The Project aims to support enhanced public scrutiny over the work of the Commission for protection against discrimination (CPD) and State commission for prevention of corruption (SCPC) for improved performance of their mandates and in their public interest.
Increase the impact of CSO’s in judiciary reforms through joint involvement of CSO’s and professional associations in assessing performance of the justice sector, as well as, effective cooperation with all judicial stakeholders.
The Project aims to increase public demand for greater accountability of the Judicial Council in RM using evidence and public outreach and simultaneously increasing the proactive role of the Judicial Council performance in terms of effectiveness and transparency.
The Project “Together for combating corruption” aims to contribute to support and improve the capacities of the civil sector to fulfill their role as “watchdogs” or controller of the work of state bodies in order to legally and transparently perform the function and to prevent the risks of corruption and abuse of office.
The Project “Microenterprise development project for women in the cross-border area” is financed by the Delegation of the European union in Macedonia, under the Cross-border Programme the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - Albania under the Instrument of Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II) allocations for 2014 & 2015. The project is implemented by the Institute for human right and the Founation Egalite, as well as the Centre for Comparative and International Studies (CCIS) and the Center for Change Management (CCM).